Loved our 2 night stay here. Laura is a lovely host even accommodating our extra night at short notice. Beautiful little cottage in a beautiful location. Highly recommend.
.food was good. Staff friendly and helpful Nothing was too much trouble. Wonderful views, tranquil atmosphere very handy for access to ring road and M4
The lodge is very well equipped, it even has a washing machine! It is a compact 2 bedroom property, which is modern and comfortable .There is still building debris behind the property but that cannot be seen once you're inside. The view from the veranda, with it's own seating, is spectacular. It ...
The room in the hotel was very nice,comfy bed and really nice bathroom
Hotel is clean, parking ok, reception staff friendly and polite. Bar staff are mostly none exist, i was standing around for 10 minutes before someone appeared and told me he would be right with me. Then he just stood at the till not doing anything. finally someone else arrived, and tried to serve ...
Caerphilly Castle is a medieval castle in the town of Caerphilly, which is around seven miles from the capital city, Cardiff. The castle was built by Gilbert de Clare in the 13th century, during his campaign to conquer Glamorgan. The castle is surrounded by an extensive network of artificial lakes, said to be the most elaborate water defences in Britain, and occupies a 30-acre site. After Windsor Castle, it is the second largest castle in Britain. It is famous for introducing concentric castle defences to Britain, and it changed the way that subsequent castles were built.
If you’re looking for accommodation close to Caerphilly Castle, you can choose from a wide selection of two, three or four star hotels and guesthouses. You will still be able to get to the shops, restaurants, pubs and attractions of the city centre without difficulty.
The countryside around Caerphilly is a paradise for walkers, cyclists and mountain bikers, with many trails and routes leading through woodlands and wetlands. You can rent bicycles close to your hotel. Some of the areas you might like to explore include Sirhowy Valley Country Park and Cwmcarn Forest. Other leisure activities available in the area include climbing, fishing, golf, horse riding and shooting.
A short drive from Caerphilly Castle, Llancaiach Fawr Manor is a Tudor manor house built around 1530. It is one of the best examples of a semi-fortified manor house remaining in Wales. King Charles I visited the house for lunch on 5 August 1645, to raise support for the Royalist cause. The building today has been restored and furnished as it would have been in 1645, and has been used in a number of television and film productions. In addition, the house is considered by paranormal enthusiasts to be one of the most haunted in the United Kingdom.
The Visit Caerphilly Centre will help you make the most of your stay in the area, by offering advice to help you plan your itinerary and providing information on local attractions. The centre also boasts a gift shop, selling good quality locally made crafts and food products, including the famous Caerphilly cheese, and an excellent cafe where you can enjoy a coffee and excellent views of the castle.
If you’d like to stay in accommodation in the area around Caerphilly Castle you have a wide choice of hotels, with a level of luxury, from 2 star to 4 star establishments. You will still be within easy reach of Cardiff and its many attractions, but you will also be able to take advantage of the attractions around Caerphilly and the beautiful countryside that surrounds it.
Whatever your tastes and budget, you are sure to find suitable accommodation close to Caerphilly Castle by booking through Expedia, and depending on your choice you can expect such creature comforts as free Wi-Fi, televisions, telephones, hairdryers, ironing boards, on-site restaurants, coffee and tea-makers, room service, dry cleaning and laundry services, business services, private bathrooms and more.
© 2019 Expedia, Inc. All rights reserved.